With the temperature in the 70’s yesterday, I couldn’t help but think spring must be around the corner. That means planting season is fast approaching and it is time to start planning your Denver garden. But when is the best time to start planting? You don’t want to plant too early because we know we are going to get more snow in the next month or so. But planting too late, you won’t be getting much produce by the time fall freezes start happening. So what are you to do?
I have heard as a general rule, starting to put plants in the ground around Mother’s Day is a safe bet. But what if you are planting from seed? Should you put those in the ground in early May too or should you start those indoors before hand? I would love to hear your advice and what you have found to work best in the past. In the meantime, I found this great website that tells you when to start your seeds indoors based on your zip code, it is that specific. Click here to investigate further and let me know how it works for you this year.